Making an Application to the Court of Protection to Appoint a Deputy

Making an Application to the Court of Protection to Appoint a Deputy
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Often a client may have lost capacity to create LPAs. What happens then? It is often necessary and advisable to apply through the Court of Protection to appoint a Deputy to make decisions and act for the incapacitated client. This two part webinar goes through the theory, and practice.

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Learning objectives:

Part 1

  • What is a Deputy?
  • When is an application necessary?
  • Who can make the application?
  • What are the Deputy’s responsibilities?

Part 2

  • How is the application made?
  • Obtaining the Mental Capacity Assessment.
  • What forms are used?
  • Fees
  • What happens after submission of forms?
  • What happens after the order has been made?
  • Supervision
  • Support from the court

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Sue Ioannou

Registered Trust and Estate Practitioner • A.R.T Wills

I am the current Chair and Head of Training for the Institute of Professional Willwriters (IPW). I have been running course for them for 19 years.

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